Breakthrough research published in the Journal of Obesity has revealed a simple trick you can do in your shower to boost metabolism, prevent heart attacks and TORCH fat!



The average person loses over 23 pounds...

It has an astonishing 98% success rate...

It is 6x more effective than exercise....

and 7x more effective than paleo, keto and even low calorie diets!

And the best part? This “Russian Bathing Ritual” protects against one of the deadliest coronavirus side effects- sudden heart attack.

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P.S. Perform this strange method to boost metabolism and prevent heart attacks before they take this video down...



 
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